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THE ARIZONA EJSFTJBIjICAN: SATUKOAY MOT1NTNG, SEPTEMBER 13, 1302.
THE ARIZONA REPIMJCM. PUBLISHED BT THE v ARIZONA PUBLISHING CO. GKO. W. VICKKRS, Pres. and Gen. Mjr. Prelusive Morning Associated Press Xispal he. ' ... The only Perfecting Press In Arizona. The only battery of Linotypes in Arl- ZOpublicat Ion ofilce: !-! Rast Adams Street. Telephone No. 47. Entered at the postofllce af Phoenix. Arizona, an mall matter of the second class. subscription hate. By mall, dally, one year Weekly, one year Cash in advance. ..jn.w .. 2.00 EY CARRIER. Pally, per montn .$ .71 Arizona visitors to the roast will find TnV uadv Republican on sale at, the fol lowing places in I.os Anseles: W-p'": ter hotel news xtnnd. HolWnbeck hotel news stand? and B. S Gardner. 305 South Spring street. PHOENIX, ARIZONA, SEPT. 13, 19U2 A Moii tor Proxy. Mr. Fryan despairing of leading: his party out of the wilderness as early as 1904 does net want to be wandering around at the head of It to no purpose. He has cccordingly appointed Tom Johnson to ride herd upon It ur.til a time come when it can move into the promised land. Mr. Bryan has set Mr. Johnson un impossible task to prove his fitness for the permanent leadership of tho party. The Kansas City Journal speaking of the relation belween Bryan and Johnson says: The radical Bryan element, of th democracy evidently thinks it has found a leader in the person of the Hon. Tom L. Johnson, mayor of Cleveland. Mr. Bryan manifests willingness to bestow his well worn mantle on him for the purpose of the next presidential campaign if the issue of the contests In Ohio this year and next shall indicate that he is the proper person to wear it. Johnson, with the view of proving that the man tle will be a good fit, has taken com plete control of the party in hi9 state, and will be both tho principal manager and chief stump speaker of its cam paign this fall. If he succeeds in win ning or even in materially reducing the republican majority, he will run him self for eovernor next year; and if he wins then, or comes anywhere near it. he will enter the national convention of 1904 ns the avowed candidate of the Nebraskan and his friends. There is small prospect that the dem ocracy will win in Ohio this year, of course. That state has not for ten years wavered in its support of repub lican candidates and policies: and there is nothing in the field of national pol itlcs which is calculated to cause it to do so now. But Johnson has introduc ed some new issues and elements into the present contest. He is admitted to be a man of considerable force and nrleinalitv. and he has a barrel of money which he will not be loth to open if he thinks he can further his ambitions by doing so. -It is probable. therefore, he will give the republicans a rather Interesting fight this year and perhaps again next year, and. though unsuccessful, he will be able to enter the national convention with the pres tige of having' made a hard and gal lant struggle against great odds. This tar ahead, it looks as if, under the cir cumstajices, he would stand a bettef chance of winning the presidential nomination than any other man. If he had the mark of defeat on him, the same thing might be asserted of every other northern leader of the party; and it is improbable that the democracy will seriously consider the proposition to go south for a candidate. The country has for six years con teruplated the spectacle of a Bryanlzed democracy. Johnson has more "princi ples" and vagaries than Bryan: and a Johnsonized democracy would be even lss like the old party of that rams than is the Bryanlzed edition. John son's nomination, for one thing, would unalterably commit it to Henry George's doctrine of the single tax. Johnson was George's warmest friend w I sleep well enough at niJit, And ike blamedesi appetite liver mortal man possessed. n Riley's fnrnier is tbc very picture of a man advanced in years, yet in the enjoy- ' ment of nerfect health. A coxl anno- I tite, good digestion ud sound sleep, are luc clnet factors in er nutrmon wnicn soon shows itself , in physical weak.- nesv., nervousness, clci ples:;ness, tdc. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery euros diseases of the ctoinach and rther organs of cliwcstiou and nutnUon. It slrctitrthena the body in the ouly way ixxisihlc, by maiding the as similation of Hie nutiiticm extracted a year ago this priofr, ant Iiavr kad no trouble with iadititMioti mcc, " wrilrs Mr. W. T. Thompson, of Towoseiul, Broadwater Co., Montana. " Word fail to tell how tkautful I am fur the relief. a I had suf fered so much and it secmnl that the doctors could do me no good. I got down in weight to 124 pounds, atid was nut able to work at all. Now I weigh uenrly 160 and can do a day's work on the farm. I have recommended your medi cine to several, and shall always have a good word to soy for Dr. Tierce and Ins medicine." The Common Sense Medical Adviser, icoS pages, in paper covers, is sent free on rvceiptof ar one-cent stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Address Lir. IL V. Werce, Buffalo, N. Y. h t U from fooJ- Jr) Jr I used ten IjotMea 2) of Dr. i'lcrce s Uoldcn VtSv lL WSl McJical Discovery VxyL. TsSb 'd sfvcral vials of " V3 his ' Pleasaut rellet' BACKACHE.? Men and Women Who Suffer Intensely From Pains In the Back Have Kid ney Disease and It . Should :" Net Be Neglected. WARNER'S SAFE CURE Cures All Forms of Kidney, Liver, Bladder and Blood Diseases and Drives Out Uric Acid Poison. COMPLETELY CURED. NEW YORK CITY (2411 Seventh av enue) "Warner's Safe Cure is certain ly worthy of a trial by -any man, wom an or child who suffers from kidney trouble, larne back or any other inter nal disorder. I suffered for months with excruci ating aches and lame ness in the back. My physician helped me but little, but hearing so much cf the curative powers of Warner's Safe Cure I thought I'd try It. Its effect was marvel ous, and I am entirely cured and never felt so well In my life. I heartily recommend Warner's Safe Cure as a safe, certain cure for all troubles of this kind." JOHN WILSON. TEST YOUR URINE. If there is a reddish sediment in It, or If it is cloudy or milky, or if you see particles or germs floating about in it, ycur kid neys are diseased. WARNER'S SAFE CURE is purely vegetable and contains no narcotic or harmful drugs; it is free from sediment and pleasant to take; It does not con stipate; It Is put up in two regular siz?i and sold by all druggists, or di rect, at 50 CENTS AND $1.00 A BOT TLE. WARNER'S SAFE PILLS move the bowels gently and aid a speedy cure. Refuse substitutes. . There la none "just as good" as Warner's. Insist' on the genuine. Substitutes contain harm ful drugs. TRIAL BOTTLE FREE The. manufacturers sb firmly believe that WARNER'S SAFE CURE will ab solutely and permanently cure any diseased condition of the kidneys, liver. bladder or blood, that they will send post paid, without any cost to you, a large trial bottlo If you will write War ner Safe Cure company, Rcchester, N. Y.. and mention having seen this lib eral offer in the Arizona Republican. The genuineness of this offer is fully guaranteed by the publishers. Write the medical department for advice, medical booklet, diagnosis and analy sis, which will be sent you free of charge. and most ardent disciple in his life, and has continued enthusiastically to propagate his master's teachings since his death; and It would not be sur prising if the single tax were made tha paramount Issue" of his campaign. His convictions on other economic questions are equally radical and equally opposed to the principles of the republican party and of the democratic party of the past. If Johnson becomes the recognlzeel anointed democratic Moses, Mr. Bryan Is likely to lose his distinction as the democratic party's only overwhelm ingly defeated candidate for the pres idency on a crank platform. Tha Democratic Platform. Some of the democratic papers of the territory have recently made an inter view published in this paper with Mr. Leon O. Bailey, the general counsel for the Development Company of America, a corporation extensively Interested in this territory, the subject of a bitter attack upon those who are engaged In the development of the resources of Arizona. In substance Mr. Bailey said that he regretted the attitude of tho late territorial democratic convention toward invested capital. The papers commenting upon the interview pre tend to imagine that they see in it a wish of the corporations to escape their just share of the burden of taxation Mr. Bailey said nothing of the sort and we do not think he had such a wish In mind. He was referring to the pro posed hampering of, investors and an unwarranted Interference with busi ness. The loudest protest that has come to our notice against the methods of tax ation proposed by that convention has been made by a member of It, Hon. Thomas Weedin, the editor of th Florence Blade, who strenuously ob jected to the plank proposing to tax the output of the mines. No one certainly can accuse Editor Weedin of an ex- traordinary friendliness for corpora- tions. He is surely not a tool of any of vigorous out atje. them, yet regards a law to tax the out Lite is sustained 'put of mines as an outrage calculated by food, when it is . , , , properly digested dose many of the smaller ones es ji n d assimilated, i Pclally those which are In the stage of When digestion development rather than In that of fails there is a loss production. Why do not those defend ers of the platform of the democratic convention take up the protest or Mr. Weedin in behalf of the small mini; 'owners? - - I utPut taxing blll3 have never been popular in Arizona legislatures. One j failed in the last assembly w hich was overwhelmingly democratic yet we do 1 . . . j not memU-r that any democratic newspaper accused the represent I v?s of their party of acting In the interest of the corporations. The members who voted against it did so in broad daylight and gave their reasons for It. They said they believed that while the burden of taxation should be e-quitably distributed, such a law would close hundreds of mines In the territory and retard cr prevent the development of the mineral resources of Arizona. But as wc have said, Mr. Bailey. In the Interview printed Ifi this paper did not allude to that plank of the platform or to any other relating to the sub ject of taxation. -Miss Stone eems likely to be the oc casion of another claim against Turkey before the old one is paid. . , . g The democratic campaign textbook is not of a Jolly plumpness suggesting prosperity; It's a long, lank volume, suggestive of short commons and hun ger. The "New York Sun," which has made an analyslaof it, reports that it's 37 per cent, anti-tariff and anti-trust. 29 per cent, anti-imperialism, and 44 per cent, human warious. Schley has has been put In to tickle the Mary landers, there are shudders at' the tol eration of slavery and polygamy in tlr Sulu Islands, arid reciprocity is de nounced as a humbug. The people of W.n country once fought four years over the ciuestion of alienation of territory which had been under the flag, and It was decided that the territory should remain intact. Who then believes that there will be any surrender of the Philippines. By the time we are ready to give them in dependence, if ever, tne Filipinos won't want It. The spirit of combine and merger is extending to the churches. The Pres byteries of the Cumberland Presbyter ian church in Indiana and Illinois have voted in favor of a union with the mother church. The commander of the German war vessel Panther after looking about to see that Dewey wasn't In his neighbor hood, smashed the Haytien rebel gun boat with scant ceremony. The United States navy this year took the place hitherto occupied by the sea- A i serpent at summer resorts aiong me New England coast. We suppose the Young Men's Demo cratic club will proceed to surrender its charter. 4.4..j.4..'-r-r'H"H"r4' i CURRENT COMMENT Let the President TraveL This is a free country, even for the president. Suitable watch and ward should be kept over the chief executive. Indiscriminate access to him should be prevented. Neither his time nor his safety should be tampered with by ir responsibles. "Don't worry." said King Humbert, when a man potted at him in Rome, "thi3 is an incident of my trade" find his assassination at last made this cocl headed, courageous view none the less true. When Presi dent Roosevelt said that but for the sad death of his body guard. William Craig, he would have regarded the ac cident as a mere "Incident of his trip," he shared the spirit of the Italian king. Both are right. A president has du ties which call for all the risks or travel. He should be seen by the peo ple. He ought to visit each great sec tion. The vast mass has a rignt 10 s-.ee its chief public pervant. The direct personal Impression is as important for a president in his worn; as lor nny other man in his. These presidential trips educate. They unify. They arouse national . .... spirit. The speec hes to tins local auui- ence and Xhc reach the nation. a 11 read them. The nation as a wnoie is instructed. Public opinion is formed. A presidential progress is worth all its risks, and. while these risks should 4e rendered as small as possible, it is as necessary that the president should take these trips as that he should be at Washington. Nothing could be worse for tho pro"i-de-nt, more alien to American Ideas or more opposed to our popular practice than fcr the head of the nation to be come a sort of prisoner of state at Washington, immured In the etiquette and veiled by the precautions intended to assure his safety. Philadelphia Press. Tht Club Woman's Essay. A pessimistic literary man once said that his Idea of an intellectual hades was a library where one would he com pelled to sit and red nothing but th essays composed by women for liter ary clubs. Perhaps in the yea's gone by this crusty critic might have justly dreaded such a doom and' should he have found himself in this Intellectual Inferno he might have been be?et by thncfi mild faced demons that were wont to inspire women to string to gether a lot of platitudes, seme ency clopedic excerpts, and many more or less apt quotations, and to call the re sult an essay. But this literary hades like the literal one, has been robbed of half Its terrors, and the reader reduced to this kind of intellectual fare might go far without being able to find ! much cf spiciness. The club essay! of tneFe times is frequently one whose essay goes straight from the club plat form to the printing prers. and her in fluent e untn the more amateurish mind combined with the Ftiniulus given by university l.cturers, has considerably raised the standard of private achieve ments in the literary field. There are unie who insist that publication ought to be the tost of the club essay and who declare that If a thing i;n t good enough to be published it isn't worth reading: and of course if this te-t were insisted ujxn there would be fewer es says and perlnps some that dsorved a heating would hive to go. But what ever be the- touchstone applied it I1? cer tain th!t the nverage clul essay 13 much more worthy of literary consider ation thnn it ever has been befcie. Chicago Tribune. Is tue Lawyer Passine. In 18." 1 there were fifty-eight law schools with 6,073 students. Now ac cording to an estimate made by Pro fessor HufYcutt cf Cornell there are 120 schools with 14.0;0 student?. Mean while, the r.urrber of full flej.ad law yers In the United States i- said by the last census to be about 111. 000. No other profession, with the exception oi teaching and cf medicine, is ro pop-j- j lous. But is practice growing ns practl- , ticr.ers multiply? Some people think not. Kr. II. Gerald Chapin. for in stance, editor of the American Lawyjr. ' is quite despondent and di?c ourne-ing. ! All Hw business, he says, may be dl- videl intn ten paits, as fo'iiow: Ril rUate. 2; corporation, 2; omrr.erc i -.1 ' asr"nid . olle tioa 2 ; will- a nd. es tates. 1; accident and negligence 'suits. 1; defenr'e of criminals, 1. In all thesd - - COAST HOTELS AND BUSINESS HOUSES - - Oldest CD. Largest IJixn.lL in Southern California 3 ( I NOOBPORATED 1S7l) ISXIASW.HELLMAN. Prts:otnt HERMAN V.HELLMAN, Vt-Pret1er.t J.A. CRA YES. - - 2nd Vce-Ftsia'nt Qiijr 3ffarttm3 iHrrltanlH Hank OR LOS AMOELES.CAL. Ccr. Main and Commercial Strttfj Capita!, Surplus & Profits, - $7,509,220.00 Deposits, - - - - $7,300,000.00 Cash on hand & with Bankers $5, 0 1 2,302.00 U.S.& other Bonds &Stock3 1 24,400.00 SPECIAL SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTMENT and STORAGE VAULTS 3 V Y 1T1WJ -.hrf.Kt.MK.TfM:? parts, except perhaps the last or.e, tie hnyei' is beginning to be su1),;redfci by other as.'nc ie-s. Such, in brief. Is Mr. C'hnp'.n's sum ming up cf tne ense. "vvitnin twenty ye.us t!u individual, or generi.l prac tice, lawyer will be extinct save only in the remoter country district'-." "As .1 calling lav." io fast becoming fibso- letc." Tliis Is wjife than Jcremlnh, jsi-.india. nnd Kdwin Burrltt Smith put tt ttior. It would seem r?nson ablo. however, to suppose th;it Mr. Cha; in knows scmething ab ut the Fituation. li;.-! opinions cannot lie con demn d nithout debate. Chicago Trib ui.e. ( 21 YEARS A DYSPEPTIC. l. II. Foster, SIS S. 2d St.. Salt Lako City, writes: "I have been bothered with dyspepsia or indigestion for 21 yeors; tried many dixtois w:tnout re lief; recently I got a bottle of Jlerbine. Ore bottle cureu mc-,I am now taper ing off on the second. I linvc recom mi :idi'd it to my friends; it i:? curing them, too." Cue at Elve-y & lluktt'3 drug store. A LOCD CALL. INURED. A committee once called on W'u Ting Fang, the Chinese minister who h;;s been ordered home, to request hiin to address a society connected with or.e cf the fa.hicri:ab!e churches o Wat h- inglon. Casual nientien was mada of the fact th.'t the youthful pastor of the church had recently resigned to enter upon a new field of labor on the Pacific const. "Why did he resign?" asked Mr. W'u. "Because he hud re ceived .1 call to another church." was the reply. "What salarjr did you pay him?" "Four thousand dollars." "What Is his present salary." "Eight thou sand dollars." 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You are sure of absolute safety and good returns In Interest whether your sum i large or small. The opportunities for investment in Los Angeles are man& and often as safe as government bonds. . TO KNOW THE SAFE INVESTMENT. Is the point. It is my knowledge cf values and ability to wlrc't desirable Investments, that have built the firm founda tion of my present business. I shall be pleased to correspond with any one who ds sires to loan money; money can be safely sent by registered letter, P. O. money order cr draft. Visitors to Los Angeles ore always welcome to make my offices their headquarters while in the city. Information and advice cheerfully given. S. P. CREASINGER -1 218 So. Broadway, DIAMONDS Solitaires, Studs, Rings, Stick Pins, in new and stylish settings. 112.00 Fine Gold Filled Watch with Elgin-or Waltham movement. ' O. L. WUERKER 129 Soatb Spring Street, Los Aageles, Cal ... If you Have Furn ished or Unfurn- ished Houses or R.ooms for Rent List Them With R. H. BREENE 42 N. Center St. If you w ill drop me a postal card, my representative will call for particulars. The resolution just pas-Fed by a popu list convention out west that leads, "While the republican party does romething and raises hell, the demo cratic party raises hell and does noth ing," recalls a veritable anecdote of the earlier clays cf politics. A whig and a democrat were disputing and the whig c br.l;rr.gi'd the democrat to show what the democrats as a party- had ever ,!:mo. "Done!" says the democrat, "done! We have done everything. We have killed the United States bank. P-;r-cd; the sub-treasury b:l!, enacted the tariff uf 1S4G, and we have we have " Here the democrat stopped and stuttered to think cf something else, and finally wound up by saying, "We've raised hell generally." The whig agreed that he was right in. the latter statement. Ucston Herald. If the Navajo Indians are at the point of starvation, as claimed, why don't j they sell some nf their blankets? TO ENJOY LIFE ono must have health. The dance, outdoor games, or the quiet happiness of the domestio hearth are savorless without vitality. Most of the sicknesses to which flesh is heir, are due to irritating matter retained in the system. The Liver and Kidneys tho great sewers of the body do not act properly and the system is clogged. Depression, unhappiness and finally illness follow, and nothing is worth while. Why endure thi3 condition when health and happiness are within your reach. Dr .McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm will not only instantly relieve the first symptoms, but posi ' tively cure any disorder of these important organs. The enre, tlio eld reliable, nover-fail cure and at only tl.oo per bottle is Dr. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm. Made by The Or. J. H. McLean Medicine Go., si 1 nc LOUIS, MO. 5end for our family treatise on health. bi.ildiiHj.wiiU Urge U.uii.ihi-.u. it eg re j ftvi-StigaU-. LACKEY, HOOD it lloLLMAA. Manugera. 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I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination for probate judge of Maricopa county, subject to the actionf the republican county con- vention. WILLIAM r. TUOHARDSON. I I hereby annoum c myself as a candi date for member rf the legislative as- ' sembly from Mark cp.i county, subject to the will of the "publican nominat ing convention. A. C. Meijui'Ji-N. I hereby at:rou'." myself as a can-flid.-.t? for noinin- !;:n fcr the ofiice of j shot iff, subject t" !hp action of tli r- ) publican county o-'vention. J. G. HARDIN. 9 mu flln I HIRSCH FELD & PEUKDi Proprietors. laporiad and Domestic Wliit, L!cfirt tad Clean $j rhoardx, ArUom. AT THE HOFFMAN pi The bowling alley it cool, the aj Beer la from cold storage and U 5 , ANHEUSER-BUSCH. TIVOLI GARDEN ' NOW CORNUCOPIA CLIO Incorporated June 18. 19 02 Is open to members and their guests only. For membership see either of the directors, William Vfldmer. presi dent; Ed Ruppert, vice president, or Robert F. Doll. Alex Rheinsiein. A. 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Arizona: The Anglo-Califorala Baak. fean Francisco. CaL FOR SALE Have for sale a small amount of For est reserve scrip. Available for entry 011 non-timbered and non-mineral land in Arizona.' Must be located In a few days. Can be had cheap if taken at once. PHOENIX TRUST COMPANY O'Neill Elock. Phoenix, Arizona. Garden City Restaurant et a good meal. Private rooms for families. 22-24 East Washington St. CHINO FUN, Proprietor WW Sells tin. Racjfrt l'v ri 1 Ss.Viv-'.ja'fi V-'-.. th best and easiest runnlns Wheel on earth. Bella rood tirea for 12.00, beat. $4.00. Most com Tete repair shop la the city. Hh-art And Lawn Mower sharp ened, Keya made and Bicycles re- All kinds of printing, rtjllnir. book and magazine binding and book repair ing done satisfactorily and Quickly at The Republican office. 8 SCRIP